Missing Princeton student Misrach Ewunetie found dead on campus
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Missing Princeton student Misrach Ewunetie found dead on campus

How and why Misrach Ewunetie arrived on the scene remains a mystery, just as the causes of death of the young Princeton student remain unknown.

She disappeared into thin air while on the university campus and was found dead six days later inside the same university complex despite days of research and appeals. This is the yellow that surrounds the case of Misrach Ewunetie, a 20-year-old model student from Princeton, one of the most prestigious universities in the world.

The lifeless body of the student was found in the early afternoon of Thursday behind the tennis courts of the campus where it was noticed almost by chance by an employee of the facility. One area is usually not frequented by students but still close to campus.

How and why Ewunetie arrived on the scene remains a mystery, just as the causes of the young woman’s death remain unknown. Many doubts can only be clarified thanks to the autopsy already ordered by the local authorities.

“An autopsy by the Middlesex County Medical Examiner will determine the cause and manner of Ms. Ewunetie’s death,” the Mercer County Attorney’s Office explained in a statement. In fact, on the girl’s body there were no evident signs of injuries that could suggest an assault.

“There were no obvious signs of injury and her death does not appear to be of a suspicious or criminal nature,” investigators explained.

Ewunetie was last seen on October 14 at around 3am. In fact, a roommate claimed to have seen Ewunetie brush her teeth at that time on Friday morning but not to have found her in the apartment a few hours later.

The last location of her phone was traced to an off-campus residence, about 30 minutes’ walk from her dormitory, which left family members perplexed as they asked to clarify every aspect of the story and the possible involvement of. other people

“Misrach’s death is an unthinkable tragedy. Our hearts go out to her family, her friends and the many others who have known and loved her, “said Princeton Vice President W. Rochelle Calhoun.” Princeton is a very close community and we mourn Misrach together, “he added. The school plans to host an event in memory of Ewunetie, Calhoun said, though details have not yet been disclosed.